Getting yourself up on TalentEarth and visible to others seeking your skills is our top priority! The only way to start receiving job offers is to make sure you post your absolute best work from your past.
Click Here and fill in your name and email address. You'll receive and e-mail with a confirmation button, push that button.
Once you've done that, you'll be able to create your User ID and Password. Remember that your User ID will represent you professionally. You may just use your actual name or come up with something clever to represent your talents better.
Adding details to your work history, or any personal background that are pertainable to the work that you do is incredibly important for the customer when making a decision. Don't sell yourself short, and make sure you market your skills properly.
Expressing yourself is the most important part of the site, and something you should absolutely take your time building.
Videos, photos, documents, url's and more will be organized into projects within your portfolio, which can be shared or viewed by the general public. The more love your work receives, the higher your chances of being found in the search results are!
When you first look at your portfolio, it will be completely empty. You need to create your first Project, which may contain any creative endeavor you see fit!
Whether it's a short film you directed or a collection of paintings you want to show off, you can attach these projects to a corresponding skill such as "Director" or "Painter".
Doing this will help customers looking for your skills find you, and hire you as quickly as possible. Give the best keywords when creating each project, so your work and skills show up in the search results!
Having your work up on the site is just a small part of what is possible on the site. Once you are up and running, you can now take part in discussions, job postings, tutorials, and even content from other users.
You can communicate to specif categories. Cities or even schools to see what is going on in your area. Contribute to the community and see where it takes you!
Getting involved with the community means networking with others who are frequently active and teaming up to create works of art together. You can also just get together to share notes or hangout with similar minded people for once.
Instead of sitting on the couch waiting for opportunity to strike, find out what's going on in your neighborhood and collaborate on something new today!